Daniel Biltereyst

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Campus Aula - Korte Meer 11 (1st floor) B-9000 Gent

Telephone

+32 (0)9 264 68 64 (secr. 68 90)

E-mail

daniel.biltereyst@ugent.be

Personalia

Daniel Biltereyst is Professor in Film and Media Studies at the Department of Communication Studies, Ghent University, Belgium, where he teaches film and media history, and media studies. Besides being Director of the Centre for Cinema and Media Studies (CIMS) and an elected member of the Academia Europeae, he is also linked to the HM&S research centre and the HoMER network. He is the main supervisor of the Digital Cinema Studies network and of the Hercules/FWO-funded Cinema Ecosystem (CINECOS) project, aiming at building an open access data platform for cinema history in Flanders and Belgium (2018-22). Biltereyst published Explorations in New Cinema History (2011, with R. Maltby and Ph. Meers), Cinema, Audiences and Modernity (2012, with R. Maltby and Ph. Meers), Silencing Cinema: Film Censorship around the World (2013, with R. Vande Winkel), Moralizing Cinema: Film, Catholicism, and Power (2015, with D. Treveri Gennari), and a special issue on cinemagoing experiences and memory for Memory Studies (2017, with A. Kuhn and Ph. Meers). He is now working on the Routledge Companion to New Cinema History and on Mapping Movie Magazines (Palgrave).

A full list of publications can be consulted here: Daniel Biltereyst

Research Tracks

Film & Cinema

Audiences

Media & Social Change

Research CIMS

Cinema City Cultures

CINECOS 

Digital Cinema Studies

(De)constructing Health News

Screen(ing) Audiences

Athens by night

The Antihero and New Hollywood

Steunpunt Media

Media coverage of the EU presidency

Soap Skilled Teenagers

Out on Screen

The 'Enlightened' City

'Forgotten Audiences'

Film, Genre, and Representation

UNESCO's policy on international communication

Gent Kinemastad

The media (de)construction of disasters

Panic in Context

European cinema in search of an audience

The construction of a national cinema

Forbidden Images

Nazi Newsreels in Occupied Belgium '1940-1944'

The Development of Television News Production and Television News as a Genre

The Export of Fantasy

Throwing Light onto a collective heritage

Foreign and international news studies